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如何全面地运用弹力带进行宿舍健身? - 知乎
如果你实在不知道该怎么练,好吧……那我只能做个广告了。Keep里有两套比较全面的弹力带塑形计划,分了男女生版,侧重部位会有区别,所用动作与答案里的 部分一致,不妨先试试。
workout  app 
march 2019 by aries1988
What is turbulence—and how can you calm down about it?

Rough air happens everywhere, from ground level to far above cruising altitude. But the most common turbulence experienced by flyers has three common causes: mountains, jet streams, and storms.

At NCAR, Sharman has been working since 2005 to build much more precise “nowcasting” turbulence tools.

Here’s how it works: an algorithm currently installed on around 1,000 commercial airliners analyzes information from onboard sensors to characterize each plane’s movement at any given moment. Using data on forward velocity, wind speed, air pressure, roll angle, and other factors, the algorithm generates a local atmospheric turbulence level, which is fed back into a national system every minute. Used in conjunction with national weather forecasts and models, the tool annotates forecasts with real-time conditions, which in turn helps to strengthen weather prediction models.
turbulence  aviation  travel  plane  engineering  app 
march 2019 by aries1988
How to learn to draw with iPad and Apple Pencil | iMore
ShadowDraw doesn't support tilt or pressure sensitivity for Apple Pencil, but it has a bunch of interesting tutorials to help show you how to draw in the style of various artists.
How to Draw also doesn't support pressure for Apple Pencil, but the app does offer a nice breakdown of drawing common animal shapes, and doubles as a cute coloring app for budding artists.
How to Draw Everything hasn't been updated in a few years, but the library is a good step-by-step resource to learn how to draw popular anime and game characters, animals, and other elements. You can't draw in it, though, and it's not updated for Retina devices.
Calligraphy Penmanship has its quirks — it's not the most well-designed app, and its pressure controls take some tweaking. But if you're looking to practice basic calligraphy forms, it's a neat option. (The app is free, though you'll have to pay $3 to keep using it after the initial 80-hour trial.
drawing  learn  iPad  app 
september 2018 by aries1988
Apple and Shazam sing the same tune
The core audio-recognition software itself was created in Silicon Valley by Avery Wang, a specialist in digital signal processing with a PhD in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

Mr Wang was sitting in a café in Palo Alto in 2000 when he came up with the breakthrough technique for identifying a song from recordings, even with low-quality phone microphones and background noise. 

His original patent, filed in 2001 jointly with his Stanford professor Julius Smith, for a “system and methods for recognising sound and music signals in high noise and distortion” remains a foundational part of Shazam’s technology and intellectual property portfolio. 

Mr Wang is the only one of Shazam’s four co-founders still working at the company. After he joins Apple, along with the rest of Shazam’s research and development team in Silicon Valley’s Redwood City, the iPhone maker will have fresh capabilities not only in music identification but the ability to recognise a wide range of audio signals, from TV and movies to the sound of people laughing or clapping.

“Apple isn’t buying Shazam for music. Instead, Shazam is an augmented-reality play,” Neil Cybart, an Apple analyst, said in his Above Avalon email newsletter on Monday.

US companies, he adds, have been more successful at commercialisation and scaling up a new technology than their British counterparts. “What we are really good at in this country is innovation and creativity. We should try to play to our strengths and be willing to partner or sell out to US companies.”
usa  uk  music  innovation  app  mobile  2017  apple  technology 
december 2017 by aries1988

reading  today  china  app  knowledge 
november 2017 by aries1988
Birds of Europe - identification, distribution, voices on the App Store
Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots and learn more about Birds of Europe - identification, distribution, voices. Download Birds of Europe - identification, distribution, voices and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
bird  app  iphone  deutsch  buy 
october 2017 by aries1988
Xiaomi's Ambition - stratechery by Ben Thompson
There is a younger generation, though, the Xiaomi generation, that has grown up in a country that has been growing by near double digits every year they have been alive. To their minds of course China is a global power, and why wouldn’t they embrace Chinese brands? Xiaomi is tapping into that nationalistic bent, and the red star on their mascot’s hat couldn’t be less subtle:
chinese  family  money  consumer  home  app  business  analysis 
january 2015 by aries1988
Searching for the Best Weather App Among Weather Underground, Weatherbug and More
The technology for weather apps for iPhones and Android phones is evolving quickly. But not all apps are created equal.
app  weather  life  tool 
december 2014 by aries1988
Smartphones Overstate Their Social Intelligence -
Like a bumbling concierge, your phone often tries to assist you without pausing to consider any of the basic information it collects about your life. For instance, your phone has access to your calendar, and it also knows your physical location. So why isn’t it smarter about sending you the right notification at the right time — for instance, not during a first date? Why can’t it prioritize alerts from your wife and your boss over notifications for tweets from your high school pals?

The good news is that some of this seems to be happening, slowly. As my colleague Molly Wood wrote in May, start-ups have lately been creating a new breed of programs known as contextual apps. These aim to process information about how you use your phone to improve how it works — for instance, by arranging the icons on your home screen according to which apps you use most often, or at certain times of the day.

Mr. Singleton cautioned that intelligently sorting notifications might be more difficult than filtering email. There are many kinds of notifications, and there’s a higher penalty if an algorithm guesses wrong; you’d be very angry if your phone didn’t show you an important alert just when you needed it (“your bus is arriving!”). It isn’t clear when artificial intelligence algorithms will be up to that mission-critical sorting task.

As that occurs, the phone will have to morph into an intelligent filter; it will need to be able to figure out who needs you, and why, and decide when to demand your attention. In other words, the smartphone will have to finally start living up to its name.
october 2014 by aries1988
Can you read a novel in three hours?
That’s not to say Spritz is without problems. Dialogue is bewildering at such a clip. Plug a book by Elmore Leonard or George Pelecanos into Spritz, and you’ll lose the plot in minutes. And the tech has a real problem with repeated words. At one point, O’Rourke reflects on the vacuous activities available in New York City, musing on how he could walk into a bar and “drink Pinot until bohemianism and Billie Holiday worship saturated my soul and I was drunk, drunk, drunk”. When Spritz tried to run those last three words, the on-screen text appeared to stall temporarily as it displayed words with identical commas after them. For a moment, the app looked profoundly confused, as if it had also had a little too much Pinot.

Spritz demands total concentration, especially at higher speeds. Look up for one second at 700wpm, and you lose eleven words – and trust me, when O’Rourke gets deeper into investigating why the Ulm religious group is tweeting and Facebooking in his name, these are not words you can afford to miss.

If Spritz is going be used as a novel-reading tool, then the technology needs to be able to handle complex, nuanced writing.

For shorter documents, or situations where you really need to digest something in a hurry, Spritz is a wonder, a technological marvel. But it has a long way to go before it changes the habits of readers.
app  reading  story 
september 2014 by aries1988
Prolost - Blog - How to Take Good Photos for Under $1,000
Post-process your photos using Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom is about $100, and worth every penny and more.

In Lightroom, you’ll both organize and process your photos. If you don’t do either of these things, your photos won’t be good. Failing to process your photos means they’ll look mediocre. Failing to organize your photos means that no one will ever see them.

I’m sure you’ve been tempted to buy a camera that costs around $1,000, but the above items, which total well under a grand, will serve you better—and they comprise a real system for making, organizing, and sharing better photos. Welcome to the world of people complimenting your photography by asking you what kind of camera you use!
camera  photography  howto  money  buy  app 
december 2013 by aries1988
SelfControl is a free and open-source application for Mac OS X (10.5 or above) that lets you block your own access to distracting websites, your mail servers, or anything else on the Internet. Just set a period of time to block for, add sites to your blacklist, and click "Start." Until that timer expires, you will be unable to access those sites--even if you restart your computer or delete the application.
software  productivity  osx  mac  app 
october 2012 by aries1988
App 面包旅行-Breadtrip
Breadtrip is an amazingly well done app for trips and memories.
app  apple  tool  diary  travel 
july 2012 by aries1988
梦想过像《盗梦空间》里莱昂纳多一样编织梦境,体验多重人生吗?也许这个不切实际的念头在下一秒就被你抛之脑后,然而一个名为“ Sigmund ”的应用或将实现你的梦想。在 App Store 应用描述的开头,开发者罗列了已收获的一些成就:
dream  ios  app  diary 
april 2012 by aries1988
《Draw Something》这款爆红的猜词小游戏背后,是残酷的创业逻辑。












apple  app  chinese  english  industry  startup  idea 
april 2012 by aries1988
早上 8 点,在大阪睁开眼睛,突然心血来潮,想去京都转一转。常识告诉我,今天恐怕是这是不行的。我对京都一无所知,连个 140 字的计划都没有。
kyoto  japan  app  planning  travel 
april 2011 by aries1988
Evoz: 婴儿监测2.0时代来临
摘要: 假设你有一个iPhone或者iPod touch,固定在你婴儿的房间里,就像其他婴儿监测器一样。
baby  future  app  apple 
april 2011 by aries1988
The Likability of Angry Birds
A graph showing how likable various angry birds are.
oatmeal  art  fun  app  game  comparison 
february 2011 by aries1988

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